David Beckham was named Most Stylish Man of the Year at GQ Germany's annual Men of the Year Awards last night (07.11.13).
David Beckham was named Most Stylish Man at the annual German GQ Men of the Year Awards last night (07.11.13).
The retired soccer pro looked dapper in a black suit as he accepted the fashionable honour at a ceremony in Berlin, Germany, where he was praised for his ever-evolving style.
José Redondo Vega, editor of GQ Germany, told the crowd: ''Like no other athlete, David Beckham represents style and fashion influence. With his trendsetting and sometimes daring appearances he has created a bridge between the world of design, models, and photographers, and the world of world class sports, and brought glamour back to a male sport.''
The 38-year-old hunk picked up his accolade just two days after his wife Victoria Beckham, 39, scooped the Special Contribution to British Fashion award at the annual Harper's Bazaar Women of the Year Awards in London.
The esteemed fashion designer was joined on the red carpet by her and David's eldest son, Brooklyn, 14.
David and Victoria - who also have sons Romeo, 11, Cruz, eight, and two-year-old daughter Harper - are known for their impeccable fashion taste.
While Victoria has won acclaim for her eponymous fashion label, David has his own best-selling bodywear line for H&M.
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